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Anonymous shared this review of Dexcom, United States on Oct 13th, 2020
"I left the company after being sexually propositioned by a superior. Even though the perpetrator admitted to harassing me, he still was not punished and I was convinced to leave my position. Wage gap between males and females was significant in my department. Women only existed in middle management roles, and young women with potential were often completely denied advancement to higher positions "
Anonymous shared this review of Dexcom, United States on Mar 19th, 2020
"“D” grade leadership which is predominantly male. It’s a fast growing company which brings opportunities for challenging assignments and potential for promotion, but is also brings an outstanding amount of work and no work/life balance, leadership who are mostly concerned for making a name for themself, ugly politics, and a corporate culture that is going down the drain. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dexcom on Nov 29th, 2017
"Male dominated leadership team. Only women in HR and compliance teams. Executive leadership will allow for the boys to continue to lead departments that they clearly do not have the skills to lead and you will be left accountable for their shortcomings."